Two refugees deported by Turkey abducted in Afrin

Two refugees deported by the Turkish state have been kidnapped in Afrin, which has been under occupation since 2018. Their fate is unknown.

According to local sources, the occupying Turkish army and the paramilitary gang organisation ‘Syrian National Army’, which operates in the occupied area, kidnapped two refugees at the checkpoint in the village of Qestêl Cindo in Afrin’s Shera district.

Reports sat that the abducted civilians are Delîl Hisên Hecî (34) from the Baflûr village in Afrin’s Jindires district and Cemal Heyan (35) from Homs.

It is reported that the two men were deported from Turkey and were trying to go to Afrin via Bab al-Salame in Azaz region.